Monthly Archives: October 2015
Another visit to Pure and Whole and another satisfying lunch.
I had a very nice breakfast at Baker and Spice this morning. The big spread hit the spot to start the day.
After a few errands, I got a quick lunch at Tsuru-koshi before my karate class. The tonkatsu was yummy as usual.
After getting out from a lecture at NYU, we grabbed lunch at Simply Thai. The green curry was nice and the coconut drink hit the spot too.
This is one pig that probably won’t fly.
I had a visitor in town and we needed a quick lunch before hitting the airport. Element Fresh had some new items on the menu. I got the cobb salad with Australian beef which was excellent.
Another day of convention caused me to go for a lunch at a less crowded option. Pure and Whole hit the spot. The sweet potatos and vegetable paella were nice.
There was a convention in town. We found a table at Akasakatei. The bibimbap was a safe choice for me.
One of my team mates came back from France and gave me a nice cup as a gift.
We had a quick lunch at California Pizza. The seafood pizza and grill vegetable were nice.
I pass by Skylark Diner often and never had a chance to try it out. We gave it a shot. The service is good and decorated nicely. I would call it an upscale diner.
As a part of having Andrew getting familiar with the Rutgers campus, I took him to a parent and family weekend. We went to the open house for Asian American Cultural Center. It was no shock that the event was … Continue reading
On my stop over in Chicago, I tried the Italian meat. Not as good as a philly cheese steak. Maybe I should have done the hot dog which seems to be their specialty.
The Spicy Chipotle Chicken pizza with chili flakes had a nice kick and very tasty.
On a compressed schedule, I squeezed in a vendor lunch at Sushiden in midtown. The spider roll and dark miso soup were nice.
Natsumi is a favorite for me. The noodle soup and the sushi are nicely done.
We went back to an old favorite. The steam carrot and thick cut pork chop hit the spot.
After checking out the area for potential karate schools, we stopped at Winberies in Summit to grab a bite. The mussels and fries were nice.
It was my first visit to Quality Meats in mid-town. I give it a thumbs up. The lunch specials are great. From the shrimp cocktail appetizer, to the wild salmon, to the side of corn and waffle fries, it was … Continue reading
I caught up with some former colleagues at Chai Thai Kitchen. The peanut dumplings were nice and the curry chicken with noodles was good also.
It was a nice day for a walk over to ninth ave. Ajisai is a bit nondescript from the outside, but we had some good recommendation to try it out. The sushi and presentation were quite nice. I especially liked … Continue reading
This was our first visit to K Rico in Hell’s Kitchen. The service was good and the outdoor patio was great on a sunny day. The pork sliders and open face steak sandwich were excellent.
Iroha is a safe bet for a work lunch. The service is fast and the food is decent.
Rockefeller Center is having a fire saftey day. A number of firefighters are on hand. I also saw the new unveiled renovations of St Patrick Cathedral.
We had a nice lunch at E & E Grill House. The Candied BLT was crisp and tasty. It is good to be back in New York.